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Old 02-09-2018, 04:37 PM
paytonc
 
Location: Beautiful and sanitary DC
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Originally Posted by BoBromhal View Post
in Raleigh, and perhaps Wake County, the kicker is making it a full living situation - bedroom, kitchen, and full bath... Raleigh City Council is currently weighing changing code to allow "granny flats" as they're being called.
Given how controversial ADUs were in Raleigh's zoning code update, I was super surprised to find that they're broadly legal in Cary, the land of beige-on-beige signage. Only larger lots can have detached ADUs, but "utility dwelling units" (mother in law suites) are allowed just about anywhere.

That said, even if the town zoning checks out, many houses in Cary are subject to HOA bylaws that may still restrict them.
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